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I thought I had posted it but maybe not. Anyway, I put the JavaRanch moose in as an illustration of how to do animation in OpenOffice.org Impress.
www.getopenoffice.org/moose.pdf
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That looks very nice.
But when you save a presentation as a HTML presentation those effects are lost I think. Or they those nice effects not lost when saving as HTML? Are they using JavaScript for the moving parts?
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No, they're lost. I haven't seen a lot of people using HTML. For activity you need perl or ASP though then with that you can do webcasts. Haven't made and run any though so not sure about the quality or workability.

Originally posted by M.K.A. Monster:
That looks very nice.
But when you save a presentation as a HTML presentation those effects are lost I think. Or they those nice effects not lost when saving as HTML? Are they using JavaScript for the moving parts?
Regards,
Mark Monster

 
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Perl or ASP will be a serverside scripting language just as you can do with Java Servlets and JSPs.
Though I've seen people using HTML for presentations.
 
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